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StartEx categorizes your apps into colorful groups which lets you launch a program immediately instead of wasting time searching in your big Start menu. This is why it is called StartEx. Unlike other normal app launchers, StartEx don't occupy any desktop space or system tray space. It hides at the top left corner of the screen most of the time. Once you need it, just move your mouse to the corner and a yellow button will appear. Clicking the button reveals a customizable drop menu. The menu contains your program icons which well categorized into colorful groups. You can customize the color of each category to your preference using the full Windows color palette, and also add or remove categories as needed. StartEx fully supports Drag&Drop. Adding a new icon is as simple as dragging it onto the menu, and you can also move items between categories in the same way.
License Free
File Size 500.16 kB
Version 2
Operating System Windows Windows XP Windows NT Windows 2000
System Requirements Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 Server
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